Keely Smith - Collection - 1958 - 2012, FLAC
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Keely Smith - Collection - 1958 - 2012, FLAC

Artist: Keely Smith
Title: Collection
Year Of Release: 1958 - 2012
Label: DCC Compact Classics, EMI-Capitol, CAPITOL
Genre: Jazz, Pop Music, Swing, Vocal Jazz
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 10:23:10
Total Size: 4,17 Gb
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Keely Smith (born Dorothy Jacqueline Keely, March 9, 1928) is an American jazz and popular music singer who enjoyed popularity in the 1950s and 1960s. She collaborated with, among others, Louis Prima and Frank Sinatra.
Smith showed a natural aptitude for singing at a young age. At age 14, she started singing with a naval air station band led by Saxie Dowell. At 15, she got her first paying job with the Earl Bennett band.
Smith made her professional debut with Louis Prima in 1949 (the couple was married in 1953); Smith played the "straight guy" in the duo to Prima's wild antics and they recorded many duets. These include Johnny Mercer's and Harold Arlen's "That Ol' Black Magic", which was a Top 20 hit in the US in 1958. In 1959, Smith and Prima were awarded the first-ever Grammy Award for Best Performance by a Vocal Group or Chorus for "That Ol' Black Magic". Her "dead-pan" act was a hit with fans. The duo followed up with the minor successes "I've Got You Under My Skin" and "Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen", a revival of the 1937 Andrews Sisters hit. Smith and Prima's act was a mainstay of the Las Vegas lounge scene for much of the 1950s.
Smith appeared with Prima in the 1959 film, Hey Boy! Hey Girl!, singing "Fever", and also appeared in and sang on the soundtrack of the previous year's Thunder Road. Her song in Thunder Road was "Whippoorwill". Her first big solo hit was "I Wish You Love" in 1957. In 1961, Smith divorced Prima. She then signed with Reprise Records, where her musical director was Nelson Riddle. In 1965, she had Top 20 hits in the United Kingdom with an album of Beatles compositions, and a single, "You're Breaking My Heart" which reached #14 in April. As of 2013, her Reprise recordings have never been made available on CD.
In 1985, she made a comeback with I'm In Love Again (Fantasy Records)[citation needed]. Her albums, Swing, Swing, Swing , Keely Sings Sinatra for which she was Grammy nominated, and Keely Swings Count Basie Style with Strings garnered critical and fan acclaim.
In 1998, a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs, California, Walk of Stars was dedicated to her
1958 - Breaking It Up
1987 - Louis Prima & Keely Smith With Sam Butera And The Witnesses - Buona Sera
1991 - Keely Sings Sinatra
1994 - Spotlight On
1996 - Louis Prima - Keely Smith - Selection of Louis Prima and Keely Smith De Luxe
1996 - Louis Prima & Keely Smith - Smith & Prima'62
2000 - Swing, Swing, Swing
2001 - Kelly Smith & Louis Prima - Twist Collection
2002 - Keely Swings Basie Style
2003 - Louis Prima & Keely Smith - Louis & Keely-Together
2009 - Louis Prima and Keely Smith - Hey Boy! Hey Girl! - Swingin' Pretty
2012 - Keely Smith & Count Basie - A Beautiful Friendship (SSJ-Japan)




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